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    Thursday, 11 April 2013

    CoPP Council Planning meeting 1-7 Waterfront Place Tuesday 16 April 6 pm

    1-7 Waterfront Place
    CoPP Council Planning
    6 pm Tuesday 16 April
    Re Submission from owner

    Dear BCNA members,

    As indicated in the BCNA update email of 7 March, time has come for discussion of the planning submission of last November by Waterfront Place Pty Ltd, the owner of 1-7 Waterfront Place. This is the request to:
    •  remove or vary the covenants on the site and
    •  allow the construction of three buildings up to 19 storeys.
    Many residents sent in objections to CoPP at the time and you may have already received a letter in the last few days outlining how you can speak to that objection at the Council’s Statutory Planning Committee meeting at St Kilda Town Hall at 6:00 pm next Tuesday 16 April.
     
    The BCNA Committee encourages you to attend and register to speak. The more that your views are presented to Councillors the better will be their understanding of the key issues that are important to you.

    On the Council website on Friday morning, 12th April, we will see what the officers are recommending to the Council – http://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/2013-council-meeting-agendas.htmis the link where you will need to look for the 16 April Planning meeting agenda and the two topics on 1-7 Waterfront Place.

    See you next Tuesday.


    Trevor Nink
    Secretary BCNA
     
    p.s. this hearing is in response to the developer requests and is separate to the UDF and Design Guidelines (of 10 storeys) that were adopted for public review by the Councillors